Jawa Yezdi Motorcycles range boosted with Tech

Jawa Yezdi Motorcycles range boosted with Tech

Jawa & Yezdi range of motorcycles get a host of updates for superior rideability, performance and refinement

Renewed and reimagined, Jawa Yezdi Motorcycles has injected substantial tech enhancements to its range of motorcycles that elevate the riding experience to the next level. With this update, the motorcycles have gained a massive boost in rideability and refinement, while increasing the value proposition of the range. The new motorcycles are available across the brand’s dealership network pan-India. The changes come along with the motorcycles also conforming to the BS-VI Phase 2 (OBD2) emission norms.

Making the announcement, Ashish Singh Joshi, CEO – Jawa Yezdi Motorcycles said, “Right from the beginning, Jawa Yezdi Motorcycles has prioritized technology to offer the best performance and riding experience to its consumers. While the shift to OBD2 regulations was imminent, we also bundled a host of enhancements, some based on rider feedback, across our range of motorcycles. The new motorcycles offer a remarkable shift in everyday rideability, refinement and overall performance to our riders. The marginal hike in prices makes them a great value proposition and a very compelling choice.”

Aimed at making the motorcycles smoother and more refined while maintaining the same thrilling performance, the changes are applied across Jawa and Yezdi models. The Jawa range, which includes the 42 sports stripe, 42 Bobber and Perak, now comes with key engine components fine-tuned for better NVH levels. The engine has also been remapped and features a larger throttle body and exhaust ports for improved rideability and performance while keeping emissions under check.

The new Jawa 42 now gets an Assist & Slip clutch for a light clutch feel and smoother operation. It also gets a redesigned muffler for a better exhaust note. Feature-wise, the bike now comes with an updated digital speedometer and hazard lights as standard. The Yezdi range which includes the Roadster, Scrambler and Adventure, also receives similar updates for better NVH and rideability. Further enhancing the low-end performance is a larger rear sprocket on all three models. The motorcycles also get redesigned mufflers for a better exhaust note.